A Few Questions for the Gender Warriors

A Few Questions for the Gender WarriorsIt’s hard to keep up with the gender and sexuality culture. Just when you think you have all the permutations and combinations memorized, another letter is added to the sexuality alphabet.

You may have seen a recent story about a 52-year-old man who identifies as not only a woman but a six-year-old girl as well – who goes by the name of “Stefonknee.” I wrote about it here. He has been “adopted” by a couple with (real) children who role-play as his “mummy and daddy.”In this article, it’s also clear there is a sexual relationship between the “adoptive” father and the man-child.

The left has told us for years that feelings create reality. We’ve been told over and over that a person’s physical gender can differ from their “real” gender and when that happens their gender is whatever they feel like it is. We’ve also been told we should not question their choice, that to do so is “transphobic” and, basically, the personification of evil and oppression. In other words, a man who thinks he’s a woman a la Bruce Jenner really IS a woman and should be treated as such – allowed in women’s restrooms, locker rooms, etc.

So let’s apply this same logic to little Stefonknee:

  1. If a person with a penis who believes he’s a woman really is a woman and should be treated as such, is a person who’s 52 but believes he’s six, really six and to be treated as such?
  2. If you answered, “yes” to question one, should the “daddy” in view here be arrested as a child molester and placed in the sex offender database? If not, why not?
  3. If you answered, “yes” to question one, should the “child’s” drivers’ license and right to vote be revoked? If not, why not?
  4. If you answered, “yes” to question one, should the adoptive parents be required to register the “child” for school and to ensure attendance at school is maintained as required by their local district? Should the local elementary school be required to accept the “child” into a first grade class? If not, why not?
  5. If you answered, “yes” to question one, should movie theaters and other businesses that base their rates on age be required to sell the “child” a ticket at the child rate? If not, why not?
  6. And finally, if you answered “no” to question one, why? On what basis do you endow with magical power feelings associated with gender but not with age?

Of course I realize drilling down to such specifics is threatening to those who operate only on feelings so if, rather than answer, you decide to buy more stuffed animals for your safe space, I’ll understand.


2 Replies to “A Few Questions for the Gender Warriors”

  1. Hey Larry. Paul’s wife was one of my closest friends in high school and I was able to spend some great quality time with them as a couple. The Paul I knew was kind, self sacrificing, devoted to his faith, patient, and personable. If someone needed help, he was the first one there. I appreciate your commentary on this, because I believe that Paul is also a victim of our liberalized society that has enabled this downward spiral. He deals with issues I can’t even begin to imagine. You ask excellent questions and raise germane points. It’s heartbreaking.

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